How can you access and manage your files? Learn about the various management methods available.
Okay so you've got a bunch of storage … out there in the cloud … how do you manage it? … and what do you need to manage related to it? … That's what I want to talk about in this episode. … we need to understand the different methods we have … for managing the actual cloud storage we use … and what are some of the things … that we need to consider in relation … to the configuration of cloud storage. … So, first of all, let's talk about management methods. … One way to manage it is with a web-based interface … all of the cloud services providers give you this … and if you do a private cloud with a open stack … or something like that … you're going to have a gooy type … of interface in the web browser … where you could manage your storage. … It's point-and-click, and it provides visual cues … to you along the way … so it's easy for you to figure out exactly … how to manage this storage … though it might not always be easy … to know exactly where to go … to get to exactly what you want to configure …
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1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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